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 MyGig > Pioneer AVIC F10BT

Hi. I have a Grand Cherokee with a Dual Zone MyGig unit, Boston Acoustics Amp and Rear passenger Roof DVD player. I have had to change the MyGig unit for a Pioneer F10BT unit, and everything works perfectly apart from the Rear DVD screen. My problem is that the Pioneer Head has an RCA Connector and the DVD Screen has a Chrysler multipin connector. I have got power to the screen but cant get the Video signal. has anyone done this before, or does anyone know if there is a CAM bus interface that will enable me to make the connection Thanks for any help or suggestions A

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Hi, thanks for giving information on installing video device in my car. I have SX4 car but not yet install any video device in it. Now I will follow your ideas and will try. Thanks!! www.multimedialo.de

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if you haven't got any video in yet, it makes liofe much easier. and if I was in that situation, I would go for uniots in the rear of the headrests.

 

My problem is that there is already a roof mounted unit installed and I have to get one the same size to ensure that any replacement (as it now looks like I will need) is the same size for asthetic looks

 

Cheers

 

Alex

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